- The UW athletic department is releasing a new series this spring, called "Starting Line." Check out the teaser trailer below.
- The UW men's basketball program was featured last night on the Pac-12 Network's "The Drive." I can't find a schedule online of any upcoming re-runs, so if you're aware of one, please share it in the comments.
- Bud Withers takes a look at the mechanics surrounding Lorenzo Romar's continued employment. Meanwhile, his star signee Dejounte Murray was named The News Tribune's all-state MVP.
- The Husky Football Combine will take place March 10 from 7 to 10 a.m. Best of all, the event is open to the public. Adam Jude has the deets on UW's spring football schedule.
.@UW_Football announces schedule for spring, beginning March 30. Same format as last year: practices open to media; closed to general public— Adam Jude (@A_Jude) March 4, 2015
The UW spring game is April 25 at noon and open to the public. To air on Pac-12 Net.— Adam Jude (@A_Jude) March 4, 2015
- The Dawgman crew interviewed incoming freshman Tevis Bartlett on their latest podcast.
- The ESPN Pac-12 Blog includes Washington in a poll asking which Pac-12 team has the best outside shot of finishing 2015 ranked in the top-25, and Chantel Jennings singles out the Dawgs as one of the conference's teams with the most defensive holes to fill.
- The Solid Verbal's latest episode features Sports Illustrated's Lindsey Schnell, and focuses almost entirely on Pac-12 storylines this spring. The Washington talk begins around 47:45, but the whole show is worth a listen.
- Bob Condotta points out an interesting story regarding Chris Polk's future in Philly.
- Mason Kelley checks in on the women's softball team.
- The New York Times has an interesting profile of former North Carolina offensive lineman Ryan Hoffman, who is now homeless.
A hearty serving of football and basketball news for y'all.